Koob Moua, OTR/L, has a doctoral degree in occupational therapy. He works in a hospital setting to help people return to their lives after experiencing severe physical trauma, disability, or a new medical diagnosis through rehabilitation. On his free time, he advocates for his profession by publishing academic journals focusing on self-management of chronic diseases.

Latest Posts By Koob Moua

1 year ago

Selecting an Adult Day Center

The search for an adult day center (ADC) is straining. The task requires close consideration as it concerns the comfort of your loved one. We’re here to help. Families who seek out adult day centers may be in different stages of life and have their own reasons for seeking assistance, but the goal is the […]

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1 year ago

Recognizing and Treating Depression in Older Adults

Everyone experiences the occasional blues or lethargy. But if feelings of sadness or tiredness occur more often than not, do not ignore them. It is important to pay attention to how long these emotional waves last, as they may signal…

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1 year ago

My Aging Parent Is a Control Freak, How Can I Take Care of Them?

Caring for an aging parent is a responsibility that is commonly taken by their adult children but is accompanied by many compromises. As a caregiver, you may have already sacrificed your personal, work, and social life in order to attend to the daily care needs of your parent.

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